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Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo.  The Marchesa Luisa Casati and a man in a mask Ca 'Venier dei Leoni.  September 1913 glass plate gelatin, 120 × 90 mm Venice, Fortuny Museum Archive, Tied Henriette Fortuny 1956

Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo. The Marchesa Luisa Casati and a man in a mask Ca 'Venier dei Leoni. September 1913 Glass plate to gelatin, 120 × 90 mm Venice, Fortuny Museum Archive, Legato Henriette Fortuny, 1956

Marchesa Luisa Casati, 1912 // Photo by Adolf de Meyer. | Characters based on Casati were played by Vivien Leigh in La Contessa (1965) and by Ingrid Bergman in the movie A Matter of Time (1976).

Luisa, Marchesa Casati Stampa di Soncino had wax figure mannequins made, had them seated at her dining room table, used the ashes of former lovers in the making of her mannequins. AUGH, my automatonophobia/pediophobia has hit its all time high!

Marchesa Luisa Casati besides one of her leopards, wearing Leon Bakst’s Arlecchino Bianco costume at her masquerade, c. 1913.

Luisa Casati in Arlecchino Bianco costume, designed for Her by Leon Bakst,at her masquerede, photographer unknown

Paul-Cèsar Helleu, G. Boldini and L. Casati wearing the Indo-persane costume in the garden of Palazzo de Leoni, photograph by Mariano Fortuny, 1913

Paul-Cèsar Helleu, G. Boldini and Luisa Casati * wearing the Indo-persane costume in the garden of Palazzo de Leoni, photograph by Mariano Fortuny, 1913

The Marchesa Luisa Casati, Giovanni Boldini and a friend

The Marchesa Luisa Casati, Giovanni Boldini and Paul-Cesar Helleu in the garden of Luisa's Venetian mansion, Palazzo Venier

The Marchesa Casati by Augustus John, 1942.

Marchesa Luisa Casati 1942 - by Augustus Edwin John (Welsh, - Oil on canvas - - National Museum Wales

Marchesa Luisa Casati - 1913 - Painting by Guiglio de Blass

Interesting Historical Italians - Marchesa Luisa Casati wearing Arlecchino Bianco - 1913 - Costume by Guiglio de Blaas Best party thrower ever!